The movie adaptation of JK Rowling’s wand-dip back into the murky waters of wizardry and witchiness, Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, has provoked a dense cloud of online speculation that even a lumos maxima spell would …
The BBC drama The Missing had millions of viewers on the edge of their seats, asking, “What happened to young Olly?”
We included AMC’s Humans in our 2015 spotlight on British TV shows we’re looking forward to, and it’s almost here.
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a roundup of Gallifreyan things that have happened across the known universe over the past seven days.
Comedienne Miranda Hart has parlayed her seemingly inherent awkwardness into a successful television career having starred in her own hit show Miranda, where we watched her stumble over her words and feet.
Sir Patrick Stewart kicked off the role of Professor Xavier in the original X-Men series with James McAvoy stepping in to play his younger self in the follow-ups.
National identity can act like a magnet that brings some people together and pushes others apart with equal strength. And to make the magnetic fields even more complicated, as a combination nation, the United Kingdom has its own …
I’m not sure quite how to break this to you, but last night, at the BAFTA TV Awards, three things happened that will be of special interest to Sherlock fans.
When Simon Pegg commits to a character, he really commits. His awkward level is nearing a code red in the recently released scene for his new movie Man Up.
Moms, or mums depending on where you live, should be appreciated every day versus just Mother’s Day (May 10), said to me by my own mother. This sentiment is absolutely true, but at the same time it’s nice to have one day …